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Updated 1911 Arts and Crafts home wants $1.2M

Steps away from Nob Hill’s shopping district

Stucco home with arched windows and front yard on sloping site.
This 1911 home has been carefully updated.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Portland, Oregon

Price: $1,195,000

This Arts and Crafts home in Portland, Oregon, was built in 1911 and has since been carefully updated. Located steps from the shopping district on 23rd Avenue in the Nob Hill neighborhood, this charming residence also boasts views of Mount St. Helens, Mount Adams, Mount Rainier, Mount Hood, the Willamette River, and the city skyline, making it an ideally situated home for both city and nature living.

Beautifully restored woodwork, inlaid floors, and original architectural details set the stage for the spacious interiors. A formal living area with bay seating, fireplace, lovely arched windows, and built-in bookshelves transitions into a formal dining room with paneled walls and a coffered ceiling. French doors lead to a deck, while a cozy alcove on the other side forms what could be an office space. Old meets new in the renovated kitchen, where are checkerboard floors combine with stainless steel appliances.

Upstairs, a glorious master suite with huge subway-tiled bathroom with soaking tub is found, as well as an additional bedroom with built-in sleeping platform, and another room with its own alcove. Downstairs, a finished basement with polished concrete floors offers a family room, full bathroom, storage, and laundry area. An office with built-in desk and bookcase and a fourth bedroom with built-in sleeping loft round out the lower level. Located at 2521 NW Westover Road, the property is offered at $1.195 million. Have a look.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty